powerfully expressive

See: eloquent
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High features, naturally strong and powerfully expressive, had been burnt almost into Negro blackness by constant exposure to the tropical sun, and might, in their ordinary state, be said to slumber after the storm of passion had passed away; but the projection of the veins of the forehead, the readiness with which the upper lip and its thick black moustaches quivered upon the slightest emotion, plainly intimated that the tempest might be again and easily awakened.
The amazement and horror depicted in the unfortunate john's face-- for he had rather expected to be embraced next--were of that powerfully expressive nature that Mr Dorrit withdrew his hand and merely glared at him.
He particularly valued Uli ancestor figures from New Ireland in the Bismarck Archipelago for being not merely depictions, but powerfully expressive, physical manifestations of the ancestral clan leaders.
The new MINI Countryman achieves its unique standing among direct competitors due to its powerfully expressive design, efficiently shaped bodywork and in particular its unmatched driving agility.
In powerfully expressive black-and-white comic strip images, Persepolis tells Satrapi's story of growing up in Iran during the Islamic Revolution.
She is beautiful (an attribute which continues to carry weight in this competition), she is brave and, of course, a powerfully expressive singer.
The sequence of dates, phrases, and subjects becomes increasingly complex throughout the assemblage, but powerfully expressive.
More than 400 years since El Greco executed 'Saint Dominic in Prayer' in 15th century Toledo, bidders from new markets battled tenaciously for this powerfully expressive work which was appearing at auction for the first time.
This commonality reads as a self-imposed restraint, dually serving the women who wore his clothing and framing the designer's own powerfully expressive needs.
Small, compact, athletic, with a throaty, clear, and powerfully expressive voice, she adds a surprising emotional range to Ariel, suggesting the energy of youth and the wisdom of age.
Realistic proportions are the same as we see in nature, but artists may choose to exaggerate, distort or deviate from normal proportions, and the effect may be powerfully expressive or decorative.